Similar to CSS property “display:none”, the “hide()” jQuery method also hides the selected elements. Hidden elements will not be displayed at all. https://www.w3schools.com/jquery/eff_hide.asp
This negatively impacts viewability which advertisers are starting to adapt to as an important metric when buying traffic.
Step 1: Check random pages if this error still pops up.
Step 2: Right-click on the page and click “Inspect”.
Step 3: Click the box with the cursor icon to select elements on the page.
Step 4: Look for the ad unit in question and click on it.
Step 5: Under the “Elements” tab, you should see “Styles” section.
Step 6: Look for anything that says “display:hidden” or “display:none” or “ .hide()”.
Step 7: Once confirmed, advise the publisher to stop using it on ad unit divs.
Step 8: If the publisher refuses to do as advised, remove the ad unit from the configuration; or create a separate configuration without the hidden ad unit in it and provide implementation instructions to the publisher.
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